Once upon a time there was a little girl in Portland who produced parts of entangled photons…

From this week’s New Scientist

…But the perturbative theorists deny there is anything wrong with their techniques, and say that the experiementers’ extrapolations are wrong: once they cool their films close enough to absolute zero they will see that they become insulators. Of course, you can’t disprove this line of argument, since you can never reach absolute zero. “Welcome to hell”, says physicist Gergely Zimanyi at the University of California…

Ghost in the Machine — Bruce Schechter

Well, it made me smile 🙂

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